Lady and the Tramp

Deirdre Logue

2011, 02:24 minutes, colour


This work continues Logue’s interest in self-portraiture and the mirror. Using domestic spaces and familiar objects, Lady and the Tramp troubles gender, voice and intimacy while referencing the boy dog/girl dog spaghetti-eating scene from the Disney classic cartoon of the same name.

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